Yes and yes.
Regarding the CFO, I think Pickens was angry about the delayed 10-K and this is the end result. He has quite a temper according to his brother.
Well sell your IMSC shares then and cover your ASTC short ;-). ASTC still higher than your feeble IMSC just like I predicted.
Octane, Kraken and there will probably be others as more testing takes place.
You're a liar as well as a troll. This combined case was settled for $250K (+ interest) . Stop making this continual BS up and just get lost creep.
" The parties settled the suit for $250,000. "
Don't be deceived by this lying Short ...
As a WAG I reckon A7 would have clocked at 1.5-1.6 GHz on Intel 22nm trigate at the same power.
and Bay Trail can still beat it in some benchmarks ;-). Cyclone is more like a low power low clocked Power 5 or Alpha EV6 than a mobile processor which is why you won't see a quad-core 2 GHz version any time soon at least in mobile.
'Basically, will 14nm Core be able to compete with 28nm mobile on power savings and heat? Not for smartphones, but tablets and 2-in-1s.'
Close enough to not make much difference.
'Will OEMs be able to offer PC power at a competitive (margin safe) price against the mobile offerings of QCOM and NVDA while maintaining better or comparable battery life?'
Yes but they will still be priced much higher as they will still have so much more performance.
'How will INTC take advantage of the process lead?'
More thinner fanless skus.
For a nice change a good thoughtful article in the main press on ARM's actual business. Does anyone know the actual royalty difference between a Cortex-A and a bespoke core like Snapdragon Krait or Apple Cyclone ? The professionals should or have a rough idea as it will be crucial in determining the likely royalty mix going forward.
A good guess. Active Shorting every day is also scaring some into taking those profits earlier than they might have so that's a factor too. Dynamic Support to me looks like the 13 MA which will be around 1.44 tomorrow so if I am right that's where it will close and the turnaround will then frighten the shorts into covering in the following days causing the stock to end up in the 1.50s again.
He does not care, this is like a religious jihad for him against TBP and TBPIII. ASTC is purely coincidental here to his long term hate campaign. This forum is just a vehicle for his rants.
Pickens borrowed $2.5m which left him with $730K change after buying his shares, enough to pay the $250K final settlement note and go on holiday to the Bahamas afterwards. This 2011 case is settled, finished just as will be your Short very soon. Keep shorting #$%$, you deserver to experience maximum pain for all the BS you have inflicted on this board over the years.
'The Court denies Plaintiffs' request to vest title pursuant to Rule 70(b) as there is no indication that Defendant is trying to thwart final judgment by refusing to comply with an order to perform specific acts.
Finally, the Court finds that Plaintiffs' request for discovery and request to register its judgment with the Western District of Texas are premature as there has been no indication that Defendant refuses to comply with the judgment at this time.'
This is the last legal document on this case and so it obviously has been paid since especially as he easily found $1.7m to buy some ASTC shares the following year so $293K is pocket change for him. This whole thread has been nothing but a cynical FUD attempt by desperate Shorts trying to save their losing positions.
The 5m extension PR at CCAFS about 10 years ago I posted in a previous link to and was in the $25m range IIRC. The original 4m facilities were built by another aerospace firm (MD or NG I think) and then sold to Spacehab as Astrotech so no idea how much they spent originally but would expect in the $40-50m range so all told about $100m has been spent building these combined facilities.
This nonsense was already posted and discussed 2 years ago on this board and the $250K note + interest has already been paid.
He's not 'respected' any more. A bigger more idiotic ARMH pumper could not have made up a more ridiculous article. Intel are making Alteras because they are 4 digit priced FPGAs and they are getting %value pricing for them and not just die cost pricing. The fact there is a toy quad-A53 controlling the FPGA is coincidental and from this coincidence this incredible overreach article has been spawned. Pathetic !